6 edition of Great American Trials found in the catalog.
October 1, 1993
by Visible Ink Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||928|
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A sturdy, large-format paperback nearly pages long, Great American Trials covers trials from to that encompass every facet of American life that has come under scrutiny in courtrooms: civil rights, freedom of Great American Trials book and religion, child and family issues, business, medicine, labor, organized crime, murder, kidnapping, politics Cited by: 7.
Get this from a library. Great American trials. [Edward W Knappman; Stephen G Christianson;] -- Includes trials on admiralty and maritime law, assassinations and assassination attempts, birth control, bribery, business and industry, child custody, civil liberties and civil rights, civil suits.
Great American trials User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Great American Trials summarizes American "trials known for their historic or legal significance, political controversy, public attention, legal ingenuity, or literary fame.'' Spanning to Read full review.
Great American Trials A New England Publishing Associates book Great American Trials Great Trials Series History Reference Center Visible Ink Series: Author: Edward W. Knappman: Editors: Edward W. Knappman, Stephen G. Christianson, Lisa Olson Paddock: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Visible Ink Press, ISBN:Anne Hutchinson Trials & --Dorothy Talbye Trial --Judith Catchpole Trial --Mary Dyer Trials & --Nicholas More Impeachment --Jacob Leisler Trial --Salem Witchcraft Trials --John Peter Zenger Trial --The Great Negro Plot Trial --Writs of Assistance Trial --The Parsons' Cause Trial Great American Trials gives a two or three page summary of the most well known trials in American History.
The editors begin with trials from more then years ago and end in the mids. The consistant quality and detail found in this book is by: 7. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Great American trials by Edward W. Knappman, Stephen G.
Christianson, Lisa Olson Paddock,Gale Research edition, in EnglishCited by: 7. Great American Trials Compelling Courtroom Dramas from Salem Witchcraft to O.
Simpson book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for /5. Great American Trials provides an abundance of information on the most significant and celebrated trials in U.S. history, from through the early s. Included are brief and accurate summaries of trials known for their historic or legal significance, political controversy, public attention, legal ingenuity, or.
Edward Knappman, author of the excellent Great American Trials, has selected important trials from around the world (two-thirds of which are from the 20th century).
For each trial there's a box summarizing the dramatis personae, location, date(s), verdict(s), sentences(s), and historical/legal significance, followed by an engaging narrative /5(3). The Great American Read is made possible by the Anne Ray Foundation and public television viewers.
Additional engagement funding for The Great American Read is made possible by CPB. Great American Trials Call Number: E-Book E-book contains chapters on Lenny Bruce, Ted Bundy, Chicago Seven, Al Capone, Leo Frank, Bruno Hauptmann, Patty Hearst, Alger Hiss, Leopold and Loeb, Charles Manson, Sacco-Vanzetti, Scopes, Scottsboro, Sam Sheppard, Son of Sam, Julius & Ethel Rosenberg, and Triangle Shirtwaist : Katherine Stiwinter.
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Great American Trials, Oct. pp. History Reference Center. Crimes and Trials of the Century Example: Wolf, Kelly. "The Lindbergh Baby Murder Case: A Crime of the Century." Crimes and Trials of the Century, edited by Frankie Y.
Bailey and Steven M. Chermak, Greenwood Press,pp. EBSCO Ebook CollectionAuthor: Katherine Stiwinter. Ten Great American Trials provides chapter-length accounts of some of the most highly publicized – and fascinating – court cases of the twentieth century.
Each narrative contains an analysis of prosecutors' and defense attorneys' use of trial advocacy techniques (involving discovery, pre-trial motions, jury selection, direct testimony, cross-examination, the introduction of forensic. Cover of "Ten Great American Trials" by Glenn Altschuler and Faust Rossi, which will be published in August by the American Bar Association.
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